Ohio (OH) Lottery Results and Winning Numbers

Since 1973, the Ohio Lottery has played a vital role in both entertaining and supporting education across the state. It features a range of games including nationwide favorites like Powerball and Mega Millions, as well as unique Ohio-only draws and instant scratch-offs. These games are not only entertaining but also contribute significantly to funding public education.

Lottery players in Ohio have a variety of options to choose from, catering to different interests and playstyles. The state enforces a minimum age of 18 for participating in the lottery, highlighting its commitment to responsible gaming.

The Ohio Lottery is more than a source of fun; it’s a key contributor to the state’s educational system, ensuring that each game played benefits the community and future generations.

Latest Results & Jackpot Amounts Ohio Draw Games

 

Multi-State (US)-Powerball
Multi-State (US)-Powerball
  • 6
  • 33
  • 35
  • 36
  • 24 PowerBall
  • 3 PowerPlay
Prize
$121,300,000
Next draw
Next Prize
$131,000,000
Multi-State (US)-Mega Millions
Multi-State (US)-Mega Millions
  • 46
  • 54
  • 56
  • 67
  • 16 Mega Ball
  • 3 Megaplier
Prize
$453,000,000
Next draw
Next Prize
$489,000,000

 

Ohio Lottery Draw Games & Sales Stop

Ohio Lottery Game Draw Days Draw Times (ET) Sales Stop Times (ET)
PICK 3 Twice Daily 12:29 PM & 7:29 PM (except Saturday) 12:25 PM & 7:25 PM (except Saturday, 7:45 PM)
PICK 4 Twice Daily 12:29 PM & 7:29 PM (except Saturday) 12:25 PM & 7:25 PM (except Saturday, 7:45 PM)
PICK 5 Twice Daily 12:29 PM & 7:29 PM (except Saturday) 12:25 PM & 7:25 PM (except Saturday, 7:45 PM)
Mega Millions Tuesday & Friday 11:00 PM 10:45 PM
Powerball Monday, Wednesday & Saturday 10:59 PM 10:00 PM
Lucky For Life Daily Approximately 10:35 PM 9:30 PM
Classic Lotto Monday, Wednesday & Saturday Approximately 7:05 PM 7:00 PM
KICKER Monday, Wednesday & Saturday Immediately after pools close 7:00 PM
Rolling Cash 5 Daily Approximately 7:05 PM 7:00 PM
KENO Daily Every four minutes from 6:04 AM to 2:28 AM Pools close every four minutes

Ohio Scratch Off Games

The Ohio Lottery offers a broad selection of scratch-off games, each with its own unique prize structure. Highlighting games like “Max the Money” and “Extreme Millions,” the Ohio Lottery caters to a wide audience, with ticket prices ranging from $1 to $30. These games provide various top prize amounts, creating an engaging experience for lottery fans.

Our table offers a concise summary of some of these games, noting their ticket prices and top prizes.

Ticket Price Game Name Top Prizes Remaining
$30 Max the Money 1 Remaining
$30 Extreme Millions 2 Remaining
$20 Platinum Diamond Spectacular 1 Remaining
$10 $50, $100 or $500 243 Remaining
$5 $25, $50 or $250 1,245 Remaining
$30 Millions 22 Remaining
$2 Cash Explosion Cashword 4 Remaining
$20 $300 Million Diamond Dazzler 4 Remaining
$20 Deluxe 1 Remaining
$30 Monopoly 200X 5 Remaining

How to Claim Prizes & Claim Centers

Winning Ohio Lottery tickets up to $599 can be cashed in at any lottery retailer. Players must provide a valid photo ID and Social Security card to pick up cash prizes. Prizes between $600 and $5,000 can be claimed by visiting any Lottery retailer, where winners will receive a Pay To Bearer Ticket. Players then have the option to claim winnings from the retailer or complete the winner claim form, which is available from the retailer or on the official website. 

The retailer can also supply a list of locations where winners can receive payments by presenting the proper ID. Players who win over $5,000 must contact the Ohio Lottery regional office in their area to make an appointment to claim winnings in person. Winners must be sure to bring the proper ID when picking up claims. 

Winning tickets can also be claimed by submitting a request by mail or using the online claim form at OhioLottery.com. Claims should be mailed to: 

The Ohio Lottery Commission

The Lausche Building – Room 452

615 West Superior Avenue

Cleveland, OH 44113  

Jackpot winners of draw games like Mega Millions, Powerball, and Classic Lotto must call the nearest Ohio Lottery regional office to make an appointment to file a claim. Prizes won playing Pick 3, Pick 4, Pick 5, and Keno may be collected beginning on the day of the drawing. Mega Millions, Powerball, Classic Lotto, and Rolling Cash 5 prizes are available after 6:00 am the following day.   

Ohio Lottery winning tickets can be cashed up to 180 days after the drawing date or 180 days after the closing date for scratch-off games. EZPlay winning game tickets must be claimed up to 180 days after the purchase date.   

Ohio Lottery winners can cash winning tickets of up to $599 at any Ohio Lottery Super Retailer location and prizes from $600 to $25,000 at any of seven Racinos throughout the state. Winnings can also be claimed at the following Ohio Lottery Regional Offices:

Region 1-Cleveland Office

1100 Resource Drive

Suite 5

Brooklyn Heights, Oh 44131

Phone: (216) 774-5671

Region 2-Toledo Office

315 Arco Drive

Toledo, Ohio 43607

Phone: 1-800-589-6442

Region 3-Dayton Office

7462 Webster Street

Dayton, Ohio 45414

Phone: 1-800-589-6463

Region 4-Cincinnati Office

10840 Kenwood Rd.

Cincinnati, Ohio 45242

Phone: 1-800-589-9882 

Region 5-Columbus Office

780 Morrison Road

Columbus, Ohio 43230-6642

Phone: 1-800-589-6445

Region 6-Athens Office

190 West Union Street

Suite 101

Athens, Ohio 45701

Phone: 1-800-589-6466

Region 7-Akron-Canton Office

5926 Mayfair Road

North Canton, Ohio 44720

Phone: 1-800-589-6467

Region 8-Youngstown Office

242 Federal Plaza West

Youngstown, Ohio 44503

Phone: 1-800-589-6468

Region 9-Lorain Office

300 Broadway

Lorain, Ohio 44052

Phone: 1-800-589-6469

About the Ohio Lottery 

Voters approved the creation of the Ohio Lottery Commission in 1973 by a wide margin after State Senator Ronald M. Motti launched an effort to create a state lottery in 1971. Its first game, “Buckeye 300,” went on sale the following August. Ohio Lottery proceeds benefit education in the state, with more than $26 billion contributed towards education since 1974.  

Anyone 18 or older can access numerous games offered by the Ohio Lottery, including draw games, Keno, EZPlay, Touch & WIn, Cash Explosion Show, and The Lucky One. Popular scratch-off games are available for $1 to $50 per play. Customers can also play the Classic Lotto draw game and the multi-state lotteries Powerball and Mega Millions. The standard draw game ticket costs $2, with prize multipliers available for an additional $1. 

Ohio residents can contact the Ohio Lottery Commission by visiting any Regional Office or calling the toll-free customer service number at (800) 686-4208  Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Players can also send an email to the Ohio Lottery using the form provided on the “Contact Us” page on the official website.  

The Ohio Lottery mobile app is available for free download on the App Store and Google Play Store for iOS and Android devices. Players can check winning numbers, scan game tickets into MyLotto Rewards, play their favorite games, and much more from their phones.

Tax Information

Aspect Description
State Tax on Winnings Ohio imposes a state tax of 4% on lottery winnings.
Federal Tax on Winnings In addition to state tax, there is a federal tax of 25% on lottery winnings.
Tax Withholding Process For prizes of $600 and over, state taxes are withheld at the time the prize is claimed.
Tax Forms Issued Winners will receive a W2-G form at the end of the year for tax filing purposes.
Prize Range for Taxation State tax applies to prizes between $600 and $5,000. Winners should consult a tax advisor for filing.

History of Largest Ohio Lottery Prior Winners

  1. The biggest Ohio Lottery prize ever won was a $375 million Mega Millions jackpot sold to an anonymous player at a Giant Eagle in Mentor. 
  2. Mary Ann Thompson won a Mega Millions jackpot in March 2004 worth $213 million. She chose to receive the lump sum option of $107 million. 
  3. The Davis Family of New Richmond won a $209 million Powerball jackpot in February 2008.  
  4. Robert and Marjorie Jackson purchased a Mega Millions ticket in Ravenna in June 2010, taking home a $116 million jackpot.
  5. A family from Mumford, Tennessee, purchased a winning Powerball ticket in Sunbury to win the $99 million top prize.

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if my ticket is lost?

If a winning Ohio Lottery ticket is lost or damaged, the agency isn’t responsible, so it recommends players keep their tickets safe and always make sure to sign it to prove it’s theirs. Players can also make an appeal to the Ohio Lottery Commission within 30 days of the draw date in case someone returns it.

How can I purchase tickets?

Lottery tickets can be purchased online or in person at any retailer. Players must first decide the game they want to play and find the nearest retailer on the mobile app. Buying tickets online requires players to register for an account and make a deposit. Once on the game page, players can select the games they wish to play and wait for the outcome.   

Can I remain anonymous in Ohio?

Yes. Players who win prizes of $100,000 or more playing the Ohio Lottery can choose to keep their identity confidential. 

Where can I go to claim a prize?

Prizes up to $5,000 can be claimed at any Ohio Lottery retailer or from various cashing locations throughout the state. Tickets worth over $5,000 must be claimed by contacting the nearest Regional Office and making an appointment to submit a claim in person.

Is there an Ohio Lottery app?

Yes. Users can download the Ohio Lottery app from the App Store or Google Play Store. Players can use the app to scan tickets to see if they’ve won, find the nearest Lottery retailer, and play all of their favorite games.